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There is a lot of art out there that looks like it’s worth a ton of money, but isn’t. If you don’t know what to look for, you could end up overpaying for something that’s not worth as much as you think it is.

Buying art is difficult. First of all, it can be expensive. But more importantly, you need to know the right questions to ask the artist in order to make sure you’re purchasing something that will appreciate in value and not something that will lose value.

Asking the Right Questions

Here are the 3 things you should look for when buying art:

  1. How long has the artist been working?
  2. What is their overall track record?
  3. Does the artist receive commissions from galleries? This means they’ve sold works in past exhibitions.

Buying original art is a great way to decorate your home and show off your tastes.

To do it right, you’ll need to know how to assess the value of the artwork and what to look for in a painting or sculpture before you part with your cash.